New EV tech and trucks coming from US

US based vehicle company Atlis Motor Vehicles says it is bringing its vertically integrated electric vehicle technology ecosystem products to Australia and New Zealand

Atlis will bring its products down under courtesy of an expanded order from Australia-based AUSEV for 270 pf Atlis’s 1.5 MW charging stations to support AUSEV’s initial order of 19,000 XT all electric pickup trucks announced on August 2.

Once fulfilled, the chargers will be independently distributed throughout territories in Australia where the XT vehicles will be deployed.

The parties intend to explore the potential for local battery cell production in Australia.

“This is an extremely important milestone for Atlis as it underscores the confidence AUSEV has already placed in the Company fulfilling the initial order for 19,000 XT vehicles,” says Mark Hanchett, Atlis Motor Vehicles’ Founder and CEO.

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“It is also a meaningful fundamental event for our current shareholders and prospective investors as we maintain and expand our development trajectory as a publicly traded company.

“These two foundational orders from AUSEV demonstrate our commitment to scaling up production and AUSEV’s growing faith in Atlis. We are grateful for our continued collaboration with AUSEV and expect to extend the AUSEV collaborative and distribution model to other territories.”

AUSEV head of operations Brendan Kenny says: “Atlis is focused on providing work trucks with a long range and fast charge time, which is perfectly suited for the Australian market. These charging stations are a natural progression to build on our original order.”

BOSSCAP head of future business Terry Mulcahy says: “BOSSCAP is a multi-industry company focused on sovereign capability, and the potential of local battery cell production is a very exciting opportunity for us.”

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